Earlier this summer, Governor Kristi Noem submitted a list of 315 questions to House and Senate leadership involved in a summer hemp study. During a session in Pierre today, Noem?s administration will urge legislators to carefully consider the unknowns surrounding industrial hemp.
Dammann passed away Aug. 18 in a comfort care setting at the Jameson Annex to the South Dakota State Penitentiary in Sioux Falls following an extended illness.
YANKTON, S.D. ? The South Dakota Department of Transportation says chip seal, fog seal, and microsurface applications will be applied to several highways in the Yankton Area of the state beginning Wednesday, Aug. 21, and will move from one project to the next in the following order:
The Mitchell West Development Park has been certified as a Light Industrial park through the Governor?s Office of Economic Development?s Certified Site Program.
PARKSTON, S.D. ? A 15-year-old Parkston female has been identified as the person who died in a one-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon near Parkston.
There are more than 400 species of native bees in South Dakota. Though we don?t have exact numbers on bee distribution or abundance, we know bees are critical to our state?s economy.
PARKSTON, S.D. ? One person died and three others were seriously injured in a one-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon near Parkston.
Inmate Nathan Chase was arrested today in Pennington County.
PIERRE, S.D. ? South Dakota?s Department of Public Safety has received a federal grant of more than $1.5 million that will be used for equipment at the statewide 9-1-1 emergency centers, also known as public safety answering points (PSAPs).
Governor Kristi Noem today appointed Kevin J. Krull to serve as judge for the Fourth Judicial Circuit.
A Beagle Dachshund mix puppy approximately 3 months of age in Agency Village has tested positive for rabies and health officials are urging individuals who may have been bitten, scratched or in contact with the puppy?s saliva to call the state Department of Health or their physician to determine whether rabies shots are needed.
FORT THOMPSON, S.D. ? South Dakota Highway Patrol troopers and the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe will work together to keep people safe at this weekend?s Crow Creek Dakota Nation Pow Wow.
The South Dakota State Fair invites classic car and antique tractor enthusiasts to take part in the Classic Car Show and Antique Tractor Show sponsored by Stan?s Inc. on Saturday, Aug. 31, and Sunday, Sept. 1, during the State Fair.
The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) is accepting applications for round one of the Volkswagen Truck program.
RAPID CITY, S.D. ? The South Dakota Department of Transportation says construction will start for High Friction Surface Treatment (HFST) on eastbound Interstate 90, near Exit 55 (Deadwood Ave), on Thursday, Aug.15.
JOHNSON SIDING, S.D. ? A Yuma, CO man has died of injuries sustained in a motorcycle crash on Friday, Aug. 9, 2019 near Johnson Siding.
Child and Adult Nutrition Services in the South Dakota Department of Education announces the policy for free milk or free and reduced-price meals. The policy applies to children unable to pay the full price of meals or milk served under the National School Lunch, School Breakfast, Special Milk, and/or Child and Adult Care Food Programs (CACFP).
Final vehicle traffic counts from the South Dakota Department of Transportation for vehicles entering Sturgis for the 79th annual Sturgis motorcycle rally Aug. 2-11, 2019, show a slight decrease over 2018.
Inmate Nathan Chase walked away from the Sioux Falls Community Work Center August 12 without authorization.
SISSETON, S.D., ? The Department of Transportation says motorists using Highway 10 in Sisseton through 8th Avenue East will need to use an alternate route beginning Tuesday, Aug. 13, through Friday, Aug. 23.